Check out the latest issue of Connections, the alumni magazine of Nazareth College.
New students move in and learn all they need to know about life at Nazareth.
Warmest thoughts and best wishes for a happy holiday season and a prosperous New Year.
A summer internship in New York City shows music/business major K.C. Sullivan '15 that he's got what it takes to make it in the city that never sleeps.
Learn about our outstanding graduate programs. Attend an information session on Thursday, March 27.
Nazareth College President Daan Braveman has been invited to blog for the nationally known website, the Huffington Post.
Want to learn more about Nazareth College? Visit us on campus this fall, get to know us, and see if Nazareth is the right college for you.
Nazareth College professors love their jobs. Here is why.
Join us October 18-20 for lots of fun activities for the whole family. Visit with your Nazareth student and enjoy theatrical and musical performances, sporting events, delicious food, and great company.
Two speech-language pathology graduate students travel 7,000 miles from home to spread community awareness, and advocate for, the deaf in Ethiopia.
Nazareth College Men's Ice Hockey to play its first outdoor game at Frontier Field on Dec. 15.
Join us for Science and Math Saturday on November 23. Or explore the more than 60+ majors and programs Nazareth College has to offer at a freshman information session.
Explore the more than 60+ majors and programs Nazareth College has to offer at an upcoming freshman information session.
Nazareth College students honor the memory of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. through service to others.
A study abroad experience took art education graduate Ashley Hayes '12 from Nazareth College to Nablus, Palestine.
Nazareth College faculty develop a course to demonstrate the importance of the liberal arts to students from all academic majors and professional programs.
As part of the Clinton Global Initiative University program, Nazareth College students are developing solutions to some of the world’s most pressing challenges.
On February 27, things will look a bit different around here.